AUBURN, Ala. – The No. 24 Auburn Tigers (18-6, 8-5) fell in a sweep against the No. 13 Kentucky Wildcats (14-7, 12-1) tonight at home inside Neville Arena.
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AUBURN, Ala. – After making a historic run to the NCAA Tournament last season, the Auburn Tigers are back in action this weekend.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (33-19-1, 17-13 SEC) earned their fifth-straight series win and back-to-back sweeps after taking all three games against the Missouri Tigers (30-23, 10-19 SEC) this weekend at home inside Plainsman Park to close out the regular season. The Tigers also cliched their second straight SEC-winning season for the first time since doing so four-straight times from 1997-2000.
A week after taking two out of three games on the road against the No. 3 South Carolina Gamecocks last weekend, the Auburn Tigers (27-19-1, 11-13. SEC) picked up a win in two out of three games against the No. 1 LSU Tigers (37-10, 16-7 SEC) at home in Plainsman Park this weekend.
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The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (35-14, 11-7 SEC) were victorious in two out of three games against the No. 14 Alabama Crimson Tide (34-15, 10-8 SEC) at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama this weekend.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (33-13, 9-6 SEC) head to Tuscaloosa this weekend for a three-game set with the No. 14 Alabama Crimson Tide (33-13, 9-6 SEC) at Rhoads Stadium.
The Auburn Tigers (20-15-1, 5-10 SEC) dropped two out of three games against the Alabama Crimson Tide (26-11, 6-9 SEC) this weekend at Sewell-Thomas Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
AUBURN, Ala. – After an extra-innings loss to the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets in Atlanta on Tuesday night, the Auburn Tigers (19-13-1, 4-8 SEC) turn their attention to the Alabama Crimson Tide (24-10, 4-8 SEC) for a three-game series at Sewell-Thomas Stadium in Tuscaloosa.
AUBURN, Ala. – The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (28-10, 6-3 SEC) took on the Ole Miss Rebels (21-16, 2-7 SEC) at home at Jane B. Moore Field this weekend in a three-game series. The Tigers won two out of the three games, winning 8-2 on Friday night, losing 4-1 on Saturday afternoon and finishing up with a 1-0 win on Sunday afternoon.
After sweeping the Missouri Tigers last weekend and run-ruling the Samford Bulldogs on Wednesday night, the No. 19 Auburn Tigers (26-9, 4-2 SEC) are back in action at home in Jane B. Moore Field this weekend for a three-game contest with the Ole Miss Rebels (20-14, 1-5 SEC).
The Auburn Tigers (16-7-1, 2-4 SEC) hosted the Georgia Bulldogs (15-9, 1-4 SEC) this weekend at Plainsman Park and were able to win two games of the three-game series.
The Auburn Tigers (14-6-1, 0-3 SEC) are back home in Plainsman Park this weekend, looking for a fresh start after last weekend. The Tigers got swept by the No. 3 Arkansas Razorbacks in Fayetteville and were outscored 21-5 over the three-game series. Auburn also knocked off the South Alabama Jaguars 6-5 in Montgomery last night. Needless to say, Auburn is excited to return home and turn its attention toward the Georgia Bulldogs (14-7, 0-2 SEC).
The Auburn Tigers (22-9, 1-2 SEC) picked up a 4-2 win over the Weber State Wildcats in the first game of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Classic, but it was all downhill from there as they were not able to pick up another win.
In a rematch of the 2022 Auburn regional, the Southeastern Louisiana Lions took two out of three games against the Auburn Tigers (12-3-1), handing them their first series loss of the season.
In another meet that saw the Tigers without Suni Lee, Cassie Stevens guided Auburn to victory by winning the all-around title for the second week in a row.
Despite coming back from a 15-point deficit in the second half and a 20-point game from K.D. Johnson, Auburn was not able to get past the Razorbacks.
5.2 scoreless innings from Maddie Penta was not quite enough for the Tigers to pick up their 21st win of the season.
In a meet that had sophomore Suni Lee sitting out to rest, the Tigers could not keep up with the Wildcats on the road.
Auburn continued its dominance on every part of the diamond against Troy tonight.